Alleged cutter still on the lam
A woman who allegedly cut her boyfriend with a utility knife early Sunday morning remained at large that night.
Officer Jake DeMonte of Tiffin Police Department said officers were dispatched to the area of 211 E. Market St. for a report of an assault involving a knife. The incident was reported at 1:49 a.m. Sunday, according to a police report.
Nathan Boyer said he and Veronica A. Willman, his live-in girlfriend of four years, had an argument over Willman thinking Boyer was involved with another woman, DeMonte said.
DeMonte said Boyer and Willman had been to the Heritage Festival earlier, and Willman tried to assault another woman. Boyer said Willman had one of his work utility knives and attacked him, trying to cut him, DeMonte said.
Boyer ran out to East Market Street and tried unsuccessfully to disarm his girlfriend when she chased him. DeMonte said he was cut on his face, left arm, top of his right hand and under one of his knuckles.
He also had fingernail scratch marks on his neck, and his shirt was cut on the back, he said.
DeMonte said Boyer was not transported to a hospital.
Willman remained at large Sunday night.
“She was not at the house, and no one can find her yet,” he said.
The police department was requesting a warrant for a felonious assault charge, DeMonte said. Felonious assault is a second-degree felony.
DeMonte said Willman should be considered armed and dangerous. Anyone knowing about her whereabouts should call the police department at (419) 447-2323.